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In the summary of the 1973 racing season Charles Hatton SENIOR editor of the Daily Racing Form and writer of the Year in Review brought forth his usually reserved statements but hitn time they were on steroids. It was Hatton who first coined the phrase Triple Crown for US consumption. Called Horse of the Century by Many......That is his arithmetic. But a horse's class is not subject of mathematics. Secretariat was SUPERHORSE, rather than a transient Horse of the Year. Veteran turfmen, sophisticates of deep experience and board, informed tastes, pronounced him "The Horse of the Century." He is the only thoroughbred ever given this identity in the official program." "....Impressions of long standing tent to become fixed and assume a prescriptive right not to be questioned, But Secretariat is the most capable horse we ever saw, and geriatrics defeat anthought of see his like again." Tom Smith, for many years Australia's leading conditioner, exclaimed: "He is incredible, and absolutely perfect horse. I never saw anything like him." Hollie hughes was interviewed as having seen Man o' War, Exterminator and Secretariat all run. QUOTE: Ron Turcotte, Secretariat's jockey, has often told how Hollie Hughes, the trainer of the 1916 Derby winner, George Smith, was still around in 1973 just before the Belmont. ''Son, you're riding the greatest horse that ever looked through a bridle,'' Hughes told Turcotte. ''I have seen them all, including Man o' War. Secretariat is the best I've ever seen. You will win the Belmont. Don't fall off.'' Now who are the experts in this domain and who are the Johnny Come Lately full of fictional comparisons??
Belmont Horse..
Another good and upcoming grey.. WOW! Another to one to watch
Coliseum vs Roadster for the 2019 Kentucky Derby I’m calling the 145th Derby the “Battle of the Grey’s”
I’d try him in at least one Derby prep maybe he’ll bounce back
This one should be really good going longer
Putting aside the Baffert and WinStar Farms factor I think the other main reason why there are so many Justify haters is that he makes the Secretariat fans feel insecure about their favorite horse's place in history.....sure Secretariat has his Belmont Stakes win and other track and stakes records but he also had 5 losses with 3 of those losses occurring prior to him winning the Triple Crown. Secretariat's 5 losses is the only reason why many (including me) could never put him above Man o"War on the all time great list and Justify's unblemished record puts a huge spotlight on Secretariat's 5 losses.
  • HorseFan2018 · Arrogate is to Secretariat as Justify is to Man o'War....... · 56 minutes ago
  • travel_vic · NO, other are many of us who have BEEN AROUND and know thoroughbred history, who recognize a "cheap phoney champion' BY THE DATA comparatively displayed...... · 53 minutes ago
Saturday's races produced some prospects outside of California, too.Read More
Is it just me or has anyone else noticed how much time the haters spend on the Justify chat board?.....the haters are so emotionally invested in Justify and get triggered anytime a Justify fan like me posts a positive comment about the horse.....
  • cugel the clever · Justify is a good horse, not a great horse. That statement does not qualify as "hate". · 1 hour ago
  • slewpy · no one hates the horse. anyone with any real knowledge about horse racing knows he wasn't that good. · 1 hour ago
watch anything Joshua Litt runs. dude is a really good trainer.
There were a few pictures on twitter from after the race showing blood on his face and nose. Looked like he had bled a bit. Not the greatest sign, but it was his first race.
  • travel_vic · rank and file fans would be surprised at how often that happens. I used to see discarded tongue ties coated with it....One of our really good fillies grooms always used RED or PINK towels to wipe her down after each race to hide the blood in the complementary colored cloth. Babies do not know how to apportion their speed and just take a gulp of air, then run. Maybe when this one learns that, the exertion will be below threshold for bleeding. Let's hope so. · 2 hours ago
del mar p6/ 7-8 with 1-7 with 8 with 8-10 with 2-3-8-9 with 1-7-9= $192.00
Beautiful colt! It would be awesome to see him win the Kentucky Derby and perhaps be the first “Gray” to win the triple crown. He kinda reminds me of Flashback a little mixed with Frosted but is better and more talented than the two
3 lines to Secretariat! No wonder he's so good.
Any news on plans for this horse? A horse that has shown ability to run 10 furlongs around 2:00, sub 1:48 for nine, and miles around 1:34 gets my attention. Hopefully, this coming year, maybe they can work with him a bit as far as ability to rate somewhat.
There is a huge difference in racing intelligence, maturity level and perspective between the Justify fans and the haters.......most Justify fans will acknowledge that Accelerate is a good but not great horse....just look at his career, he was a good but not great 3 year old, he was a good but not great 4 year old and he is now a good but not great 5 year old.....just because the older male division is depleted this year does not make him a great horse all of the sudden....that is a subtle but important distinction to make with regard to how Accelerate's year should be viewed as it relates to the horse of the year discussion...the haters either fail to understand that subtle point (lack of perspective or racing knowledge) or refuse to admit that point (lack of maturity).....and as we all know by now, haters gotta hate....
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  • slewpy · accelerate ran 15 races that were better than any race justify ever ran. justify may have improved, we will never know, but none of the horses he beat have yet. · 3 hours ago
  • cugel the clever · Incredibly ignorant post similar to Trump's "talent" for dishonestly projecting/reflecting his own profound defects in intelligence, maturity, and morality back onto his detractors. I can change just a few words of your rant and it will portray the real truth: -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- There is a huge difference in racing intelligence, maturity level and perspective between the Accelerate fans and the haters.......most Accelerate fans will acknowledge that Justify is a good but not great horse....just look at his 4-month long career, he was a good but not great 3 year old, he did nothing as a 2 or 4 year old, and did nothing against older horses.....just because the 3yo male division is depleted this year does not make him a great horse all of the sudden....that is a subtle but important distinction to make with regard to how Jusify's year should be viewed as it relates to the horse of the year discussion...the haters either fail to understand that subtle point (lack of perspective or racing knowledge) or refuse to admit that point (lack of maturity).....and as we all know by now, haters gotta hate.... · 2 hours ago
Handicapper Jarrod Horak's best bet for Sunday is the NYSS Thunder Rumble from Aqueduct. Read More
  • travel_vic · contenders appear the same: 7 Gold for the King 2 Winston's Chance 3 My Boy Tate 4 Loki's Vengeance ...6 & 3 go out then 2 & 7 chase later..FORM:7 2 4 3 1 5 6....Best paced races :7 2 6 3 5 1..best F1: 4 2 8 7 1 3...best sustained: 7 2 6 3 1...composite: 7 2 3 6 5 4...last race: 7 2 4 6 3 1...Best two lines ever: 7 2 4 3 1 6...34L_SP: 7 2 3 6 5 8....GA:7 3 4 6 1 8... · 2 hours ago
  • travel_vic · Here I discovered I had to fight a bias. The 2 here came in from Finger Lakes and the first inclination was to lower that one's evaluation as a result....WRONG....as horse's have no idea WHERE they run, only how fast per fraction as this same animal ran competitive fractions AT SARATOGA on 8/5/18. · 2 hours ago
Another 2-year-old race, another Baffert winner in the Bob Hope Stakes.Read More
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  • papine01 . via Disqus · Bob has the derby on lock down again. Sorry for the east coast trainers. His horses at this point are far superior and in better condition. And then there is also Instagrand. Whoa unto the east. Maybe another triple crown winner for him from this very impressive group. · 5 hours ago
  • jmom54 via Disqus · He reminds me of his first dad. Baffert has one I would bet. · 4 hours ago
get 50% of my bankroll on this horse to win right now.
Toinette worked 6f, Nov 17th, in 1:15.60 (h) finishing 1/1.

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